Out on the tip of Big Bay Point, Innisfil, ON
Looking to the North
Saw an object in the sky, looked like a 'star' with flashing white, red, blue and green lights. Grabbed a camera.
Took about 20 pics. A couple at regular eyesight and majority zoomed into the object. A few are quite spectacular.
The auto-focus would lock on and I could see, on the camera view screen, the sharp edges of some object which was quite large, but when I snapped the image, it looked nothing like the object upon which camera had auto-focused.
The object remained stationary during the time I photographed and observed it with my eyes — about 40 minutes.
It was not a star, a planet, a drone, a helicopter, a satellite, the ISS nor any other sky object I am familiar with.
ISS made two passes to the north-north east of my area on May 8th, however, the times were around 02:00H and 04:00H. My sighting began around 22:05H
I've been a sky watcher all my life and also have an interest in astronomy. I've seen other UAP objects. 1990s saw a daylight disk around 09:30H about 4 minutes from where I live. I got a very good look at it :-)
1990s just after dusk, also watched a large group of orange orbs put on an incredible display of maneuvers — about 4 minutes from my home — to the south of where I saw the daylight disk.
1990s around 23:00H saw an object out over Lake Simcoe. Watched it from my yard. It remained stationary for almost 2 hours. It had forked veins of electricity — resembling the forks of electricity coming off a tesla coil — but were in the concave shape of a TV satellite dish, flickering and rotating around the object. The object had red-white-green-blue lights blipping around it sequentially. Hubby was a witness.
There is more detailed telling of that object, the daylight disk and the orange orbs which I'm not going to type out here but will share with you via email if you are interested.
Thank you for your kind attention,